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Hamilton to Host Free Rabies Immunization Clinic

September 17, 2019

HAMILTON, NJ --  There's one last chance to have your pet cat or dog protected from rabies this year.   On Wednesday, September 18 between 5:00 pm and 7:00 pm., Hamilton Township will host its final free rabies rabies immunization clinic for residents’ dogs and cats.   

The clinic is provided as a free courtesy only for pets ...

Pen Pals: Yaede and Martin Trade Letters 

HAMILTON, NJ -- Employing what many consider a lost art, a review of correspondence this week between Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede and Council President Jeff Martin indicates the two are now communicating primarily via letter. The crux of the letter writing back-and-forth centers on the establishment of an official Hamilton Township Senior Citizen ...

BREAKING NEWS: Search Warrant Executed and Computers Seized at Hamilton Municipal Building

HAMILTON, NJ --  The Mercer County Prosecutor's office seized three computers on Wednesday at the Hamilton Township Muinicipal Building, according to  Stephanie Katz, first assistant prosecutor at the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office. 

No other information could be provided by the Prosecutor's Office at the time of publication or if the ...

Hamilton Annual Ceremony to Remember 9-11

HAMILTON, NJ --  To mark the 17th anniversary of one of the darkest days in American history, Hamilton Township will hold its annual 9-11 remembrance ceremony  on Wednesday, September 11 at 12:00pm at the September 11th Memorial Grove inside the Klockner Road Entrance of Veterans Park.

Hamilton’s September ...

Council Members Call for Yaede to Step Aside in Wake of Criminal Charges

HAMILTON, NJ – In the wake of charges being filed by the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office against Hamilton Mayor Kelly Yaede, a bipartisan coalition of the Township Council urged the mayor to temporarily step aside to handle the legal matter. In a statement Council Vice President Rick Tighe, Councilman Anthony Carabelli, and Councilwoman Ileana Schirmer joined Council President Jeff ...

Fried Releases Audio of Council Candidate Capodanno Attacks

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ  --  Robbinsville Mayor Dave Fried released audio Thursday morning of a voicemail from Hamilton Council Candidate Vinnie Capodanno in which he attacks the mayor for his stance on several matters between the two neighboring towns.

The more than three-minute voicemail, which was obtained by TAPinto Hamilton/Robbinsville, was received on Fried’s personal cell ...

NJ Lottery Kicks off 'Not 18 Yet? No Bet" Campaign to Curb Underage Gambling

HAMILTON, NJ -- New Jersey Lottery officials and the Council on Compulsive Gambling of New Jersey (CCGNJ) kicked off New Jersey Lottery’s annual “Not 18 Yet? No Bet” awareness campaign.

The campaign seeks to remind residents and retailers that New Jersey law prohibits the sale of lottery tickets by or to anyone under the age of 18.  The agency chose the ...

Hamilton Sues Robbinsville Over Sewer Rate

HAMILTON, NJ --  After months of dispute between neighboring towns regarding a fair sewer paid by residents of both towns, Hamilton Township filed a lawsuit against Robbinsville Township contending that Robbinsville owes then more than $2.8 million in fees while Robbinsville contends that they have paid all bills received in full.   

The lawsuit filed in New Jersey Superior ...

Expanded Use of Ignition Locks Implemented to Curb Drunk Driving

TRENTON, NJ --  In an effort to crack down and deter drunk driving,  Governor Phil Murphy signed a new law on Friday expanding the use of ignition interlock devices for those convicted of drunk driving offenses and of refusing breath tests. 

"Expanding the use of ignition interlock devices is just common sense," said Murphy. "We must deter drunk driving ...

Sudden Medical Leave Causes Cancellation of Animal Shelter Hearing

HAMILTON, NJ --  A sudden medical leave by Hamilton Animal Shelter and Adoption Center Director Marion Mumford has caused the cancellation of a Friday meeting by a Hamilton Township Council subcommittee overseeing the facility, officials said. 

The cancellation comes a week after Mumford was unable to attend an evening meeting before the committee. Township Business ...


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Upcoming Events


Wed, October 2, 7:00 PM

Hamilton Area YMCA, Hamilton

Multiple Sclerosis Support Meeting

Health & Wellness


Fri, October 18, 7:00 PM

Painting with a Twist, Robbinsville

Robbinsville's Mom's Night Out


Sat, October 26, 8:30 AM

Town Center Lake Gazebo, Robbinsville

Halloween Pet Parade and Costume Contest

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Council President, Mayoral Candidate Martin Statement on Criminal Charge Against Mayor Yaede

September 4, 2019

HAMILTON, NJ  – “Yesterday was another sad chapter for Hamilton's families -- one in a long book of sad chapters under Mayor Kelly Yaede's stewardship.  Mayor Yaede, the chief executive of Hamilton Township, was charged by the county prosecutor with actions that can only be described as unacceptable and shocking abuses of ...

Ability Tree New Jersey’s 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk a Success

September 17, 2019

ROBBINSVILLE, NJ- Ability Tree New Jersey (ATNJ) hosted its second annual Ability Tree NJ 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk on Saturday. The event, held at Robbinsville High School, brought over 200 athletes of all abilities together and raised over $20,000 for the organization's programming, organizers say.

ATNJ is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides Recreation, Education, ...

TAPinto Launches Milestones: Wedding Announcements, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Graduations, Reunions and More has launched Milestones, a new section dedicated to publishing reader wedding announcements, bar/bat mitzvah announcements, graduations, reunions and more. 

Free for a limited time, readers can submit important milestones in their lives and those of their family, and have them published on TAPinto, enabling the community to hear about the happy news and join in the ...

Murphy Administration Announces $54 Million Investment in Child Care

Administration commitment to working families focuses on affordable, quality child care

(TRENTON) – First Lady Tammy Murphy and New Jersey Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced that families throughout the state who receive support from New Jersey’s child care subsidy program will see $54 million ($30 million federal; $24 million state) in increased funding as ...

Murphy Administration Boosts Payments for Families & Individuals in Need

WorkFirst NJ Cash Assistance Benefits Increasing 20 Percent


TRENTON, NJ  – Human Services Commissioner Carole Johnson today announced WorkFirst NJ cash assistance benefits are increasing by 20 percent for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families and General Assistance recipients. 

Today's announcement builds on the Murphy Administration's ongoing effort ...